The Westerner World (Lubbock, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. [32], Ed. 1 Friday, May 19, 1967 Page: 4 of 4

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THE WESTERNER WORLD
Friday, May 19, 1967
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Sally Stell
May Teen To Serve As Head Of ASC Committee
NOTING IMPORTANT DATES — Sally Slell, May Teen-of-ihe-
Monlh, notices upcoming events slated for next year's calendar.
Salty will serve as head of the Newsletter Committee. This year Sally
has served on the Roundup, Junior Candy Sale, and Junior-Senior
Prom Committees. (Photo by Marion Howard.)
By BARBARA McGINNIS
“Do the job assigned to you and
do it well,” states Sally Stell, May
Teen-of-the-Month, as her philo-
sophy of life.
WORKING ON many school
projects has really kept Sally bu-
sy. In the ninth grade she served
as chairman of a candy sale. Her
sophomore year she served as the
chairman of the Plant and Decor-
ation Committee, worked on
Roundup, and served as a member
of the Sophomore Class Council
and the All-School Council.
This year Sally worked on the
Westerner Ways Daze Dance,
Roundup, Junior Candy Sale and
served as chairman of the Junior-
Senior Prom. In addition she has
served as homeroom representa-
tive to the Junior Class Council
and as secretary of the Spanish
Club.
THIS GREEN-EYED blonde is a
member of the National Honor So-
ciety, Y-Teens and the Spanish
Club. She was named a sophomore
Who’s Who last year.
“While attending a banquet ac-
ICT Chapter 95 One Of Top Clubs In Texas
By ANNE HORNE
Industrial Cooperative Training
VICA Chapter 95, received a su-
perior rating at the state meet in
Houston, where they were recog-
f nized as one of the top 15 clubs
in the state of Texas.
Chapter 95 received this super-
ior rating as a result of their var-
ious club activities. Among the
various activities are as follows:
1. Holding joint initiations at
the first of the year with the
two other ICT Clubs in Lub-
bock with Chapter 95 providing
the presiding officer.
2. Dining out at Underwood’s
and El Charro’s Restaurants as
a club group.
3. Attending church as a group
once at Pleasant Ridge Baptist
Church.
4. Donating one hour’s wage
each to the United Fund. This
totaled $35.09.
5. Presenting a check to the
Mentally Retarded Association
for $111.00. This money was
raised by selling Christmas rib-
bons.
6. Adopting a homeroom at
Guadalupe Elementary and giv-
ing Christmas gifts to each
child.
7. Contributing toys for the
Toy’s for Tots campaign.
8. Holding two fund raising
campaigns, a car wash and a
bake sale.
9. Sending ten members to the
Leadership Meeting in Little-
field.
10. Providing the master of cere-
monies at the joint ICT Em-
ployer - Employee Appreciation
Banquet.
11. Sending 9 members to the
state meet in Amarillo.
12. Presenting a program for
the Kiwanis Club.
13. Sending two members to
the state meet in Houston by
contributing $80.00.
Jerry Martin and Loyd Mitchell
represented Lubbock High at the
meet in Houston.
Chapter 95 won 22 ribbons in
the district meet and also won
3 more ribbons at the state meet.
STUDENT SPECIAL
Complete Car Wash - $1.25
Wet Wash with Free Vacuum - $.50
MINIT-MAN AUTOMATIC
CAR WASH
1510 Ave. L
GRADUATION
CARDS
50-$2.75 100-$3.75
WEDDING
INVITATIONS
PARTY INVITATIONS

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2331 - 19th St. SH 7-2791
Every Teenager Needs It!
Win a party featuring
Paul Revere and the Raiders.
Contest starts May 29th
Just name the Icee Bear.
Entry blanks at Icee stores or
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DRAUGHON'S
COLLEGE
1414 Texas Ave. PO 5-5544
BIG
USED MACHINE SALE
at your
SINGER COMPANY STORE
Caprock Shopping Center
Prices start at $4.95
Also some large savings on a few models
NEW Singer Machines
THE SINGER COMPANY
Caprock Shopping Center
SW 5-0625
companied by a date, I took his
hand to introduce him to a friend
and found to my surprise that I
had the wrong boy by the hand!”
this vivacious teen relates as her
most embarrassing moment.
HER FAVORITE food is, she
quips, “Anything!”
Even summer is a busy time for
Sally. Last summer she worked
at the First National Bank and
spent a short vacation at Six
Flags. In past summers she has
travelled to Yellow Stone Nation-
al Park, the Gulf Coast, Califor-
nia, and Washington, D.C.
SALLY'S PLAN for the fu-
ture is to attend Texas Tech and
major in some phase of business
administration.
Employment Commission Seeks
To Help Job-Seeking Students
By HAROLD WILLIAMS
With the 1966-67 school year
drawing near an end, many Lub-
bock High students will soon be
seeking summer jobs.
Competition Fierce
The large influx of job-seeking
students from all Lubbock schools
during May and June promises to
make competition fierce for job-
hunters; therefore, many of the
students will not find their needed
employment.
One important aid is to apply at
the Texas Employment Commis-
sion located at 1602-16th Street.
Since the Commission regularly
receives calls from many Lub-
bock firms asking for employees,
a student has a fair chance of get-
ting a job if he applies soon e-
nough.
Place Many Applications
Another way for the job-seeking
student to increase his chances of
finding employment is to place
applications in as many firms as
possible.
There exists one employment
program for youth: The Neighbor-
hood Youth Corps. The corps,
however, is open only to students
from families with limited finan-
cial means. Students who feel
they qualify should contact Mr.
Ernie Zelner at PO 5-5461 or SH
4-5957.
Since they often receive calls
from firms who need high school
workers, school counselors also
can be an aid in finding employ-
ment.
Summer Offers
Workshop Fun
DR. C. EARL
HILDRETH
OPTOMETRIST
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PHONE
Vision Related
PO 3-4447
to Reading
2307
Contact Lenses
BROADWAY
While LHS students are relax-
ing and enjoying summer activi-
ties, the staff members of the
Westerner World and the West-
erner will be attending various
workshops to gain the knowledge
necessary to produce these up-to-
date reports of student activities.
STUDENTS MAY attend work-
shops at Texas Tech and at Texas
A. & M. According to the Depart-
ment of Journalism at Texas
A & M, “The ninth annual High
School Publication Workshop will
be held at Texas A & M Univer-
sity July 23-28. This workshop,
the oldest, largest, and most suc-
cessful in the Southwest, will con-
tinue the basic pattern of former
years: presentation of techniques
and adequate practice in yearbook
production, newspaper production
and photography.”
The summer publication work-
shops at Texas Tech will be held
from July 30-August 4 and Aug-
ust -6-11.
"WE HAVE A good response
thus far,” comments Bill Dean of
Texas Tech. “In fact, the photo
workshop is closed. There is, how-
ever, space still available in the
first one, scheduled for July 30-
August 4.”
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